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CAE Set to Break Ground on New Savannah Business Aviation Training Centre

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CAE announced today that it will soon break ground on a new business aviation training centre in Savannah, Georgia. Neighboring Gulfstream’s Headquarters in Savannah, this brand-new training centre is another milestone in the expansion of CAE’s training network and will be its fifth business aviation training centre in the United States.

“Gulfstream and CAE have a longstanding relationship and the new Savannah Training Centre brings two industry leaders together in one location to deliver a seamless experience for our customers,” said Nick Leontidis, CAE’s Group President, Civil Aviation. “As Gulfstream’s deliveries continue to grow, CAE will be perfectly located to meet its customers’ pilot and maintenance training requirements. We look forward to opening our doors in mid-2023 and becoming an integral part of Savannah’s vibrant business aviation community.”

When it is fully operational, this state-of-the-art Savannah training centre will be equipped with four Gulfstream-family full-flight simulators (FFSs), maintenance training devices, modern briefing rooms, and classrooms.

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The Savannah Training Centre represents another significant milestone in the growth CAE’s business aviation training network and its commitment to help meet the global requirement for an additional 45,000 business jet pilots over the next 10 years.

Source: CAE
Date: May 12, 2022
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